- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 30, 2004

Norman H. Bryant, 86,ex-Pentagon worker Norman H. Bryant, a former employee at the Pentagon, died Feb. 25 of natural causes in his home in Lake Ridge, Va. He was 86. Born in Knox, Maine, Mr. Bryant worked in his family’s dairy business before graduating from Freedom Academy. He was a debate scholar at the University of Maine and came to Washington in 1942 to serve at the Pentagon in the Army Air Corps. He served for 45 years, primarily in the Office of the Secretary of the Army. Mr. Bryant was a 50-year resident of the District and a member of the National Presbyterian Church since 1942. He was an avid writer and student of theology. He devoted his final years to teaching in prisons and nursing facilities, and participating in conferences on moral character, integrity and prudent living. He is survived by two sisters, Ruby Harris of Portland, Maine, and Wilburta Clark of Yarmouth, Maine. Funeral and memorial services have been held. Mr. Bryant was buried in Gettysburg, Pa.

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